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Although the Trump administration persists in denying the obvious, scientists, economists, and even thirteen agencies of the U. federal government concur in a newly released study that the epic storms, flooding, wildfires, and droughts of 2017 are going to become permanent fixtures of our future, thanks to misguided policies and priorities of fossil-fueled politicians dating back to the administration of George W. But the good news is that we can take action now to prevent an even more catastrophic future for the environment and our economy.

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That, in turn, has given cities such as Paris and entire countries such as the United Kingdom and China the confidence to announce policies that will limit the sale of vehicles to clean technologies in the near future.

Winston Churchill said, “You can always count on Americans to do the right thing - after they've tried everything else.” Hopefully the Trump administration has exhausted the “everything else” category with its head-in-the-sand approach to climate change and we can rely on states, like California, and smart companies, like those providing low carbon fuels, to do the right thing, before it’s too late for America and the world.

The GAO warns that without prompt action, the productivity of the American workforce will decline by as much as $150 billion by the end of this century and that taxpayers should expect to spend far more in the future on extreme weather disaster relief than the $350 billion the federal government has spent in the past ten years.

So where are the solutions to the climate crisis, that make solid economic sense, that nations at COP23 might emulate?

Fuel sellers can lower the carbon by blending renewable biofuels into petroleum-based fuels; by selling hydrogen for fuel cell electric cars or by providing charging stations for battery-electric cars; and by reducing emissions from refineries and other production/distribution facilities that produce the fuels in the first place, among other innovations. Diesel fuel made from renewable sources (such as farm and food waste) reduced about 6,000 tons of greenhouse gases in 2011, rising to over 600,000 tons in just one quarter of 2017.

And automakers are responding to the availability of cleaner fuels, with BMW, VW, and Volvo announcing their entire fleets will be powered solely by clean fuels within the next decade.

But the problem — as Westworld's hosts repeatedly tried to tell him, bless their little android hearts — is that the maze wasn't meant for William. Dolores at the center of the maze The maze is meant for one thing, and one thing only: to lead the robots, specifically Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood), on a journey inward toward consciousness.

Arnold (Jeffrey Wright) created it to test her, and he wanted to abort the park's opening when he realized that his creation was, for all intents and purposes, alive.

Brown, Terry Crews, Rebecca King-Crews, Evan Ross, Derek Fisher, Gloria Govan, Marsai Martin, J.

Alexander, Garcelle Beauvais, Larsa Pippen, Rico Rodriguez, Nene Leakes, Cynthia Bailey, Karrueche Tran, Brian Tyree, Leonardo Nam, Miles Brown and Marcus Scribner.

These violent delights have violent ends — and that's just how Westworld finished off its first season.

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